Woohoo, President Shir Shir  strikes again!
Congrats everyone on the great work!
Super happy that you decided to not charge 2x the subscription for the AI unlike the N-word app And even if this means upgrading a couple more editors to makers (which is totally justifiable) it’s still gonna be a bargain compared to the competition.
Also SUPER happy on raising the limits for soloists! I’ve been long asking to raise at least the object limit as it was promoting bad practices (I didn’t mind the 1000 rows limit on free users though) but this is even better.
The 2-way sync, I knew it was coming but sadly was too busy to apply it to Sync Tables Pro or generally play with it Gonna make time to test it out sometime soon.
Also many of my clients will definitely enjoy sync pages Gonna test that one out as well! Wondering what the security implications are.
On the “only makers can make pages now” update, uhh… I actually welcome it? I mean, in my paradigm and the paradigm I teach to my clients, a maker is a person who set up the doc for everyone to use. It is up to the maker to set up all the necessary pages, and it’s actually good that regular users of the doc (i.e. editors) cannot mess this up or clutter this up. In fact, I take this idea further and suggest that in a client’s workspace, there’s a dedicated “Admin” Maker account (which can be the only one) with login/password access that is used to set everything up, but everyone else including the top management are mere editors.
I’m yet to encounter a use case when users of the doc would want to create ‘left pane’ pages in the doc. In my paradigm, they are meant for doc structure and not so much for casual writing. If users need canvases to type in, I give them a table with a canvas column to structure their page content — if I understand correctly, this isn’t tiered; anyone can still edit canvases.
(That said, I hope Coda implements a feature where canvas columns can be displayed as pages on the left panel because for those wiki-ing use cases, of course seeing the pages on the left is much more convenient than in a table)